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CBCT Planning and Guided Implant Surgery - Surgical and Restorative State-of-the-Art

Description:
Implant treatment is one of the most exciting areas of dental therapy. Within the last 30 years, we have been able to develop and discover new techniques, instruments, software and equipment that have made this therapy more secure and predictable, such as the CBCT and the guided surgery, today with the guided systems we are able to have our implants “in the right” place considering the bone, the prosthesis, the biomechanics and the esthetic…this lecture will show you step by step how to reach awesome results in complex full arch cases in a secure and simple way even with immediate extraction and immediate implant placement.

Date Added:
11/13/2014

Author(s):

Orlando Alvarez Del C., DDS, MS Orlando Alvarez Del C., DDS, MS

  • DDS, University of Chile
  • Master Degree in Implants and Oral Rehabilitation, University Andrés Bello
  • Clinical training in the Branemark System; V...
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Questions & Comments
Orlando Alvarez - (3/9/2015 2:45 PM)

Dear David Willey, thank for your kind words ...you encourage me !!!! I will be in LA USA next April during BioHorizons global meeting giving a "hands on" on full mouth cases, maybe you can go there ?? its in spanish ... but I could speak to you in english of course.... I will teach step by step how to afford cases like this ... thanks again

Maurice Salama - (3/5/2015 11:30 PM)

David; I agree. Go to this link to find more from Dr. Alvarez. http://www.dentalxp.com/Search.aspx?s=251

David Willey, D.M.D. - (3/5/2015 9:09 AM)

Deaa Orlando....this video of your presentation is my first exposure to your work and philosophies! I wanted to tell you that I have not seen any other presenter/dentist in my 36 yrs as a dentist, that I appreciate and respect more than my newest friend...you! I will be searching the internet for more articles and presentations that you have done. I hope to attend a presentation of yours in the future and meet you as well. May you continue to have great success and enjoy the best of health.....Thanks again, David

yaarob sara - (1/18/2015 6:38 PM)

you show some wonderful cases.... congrats!!!

JULIAN SERRANO - (11/19/2014 11:36 AM)

exelente platica Orlando, Felicides, y Salu2...Julian Serrano Mty. MX

Alexander J V - (11/17/2014 8:30 AM)

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Vijailakshmi Acharya - (11/16/2014 1:24 PM)

Excellent presentation dr Alvarez . Thank you very much . Now that Osseoperception takes about 16 months , what are the implications for the Implantologist and the patient ?

Maurice Salama - (11/14/2014 3:22 PM)

Orlando; Many thanks for a fantastic presentation. You clearly displayed the modern treatment of an advanced case using DSD, 3D, CBCT and CadCam technologies. Thanks my friend. Maurice

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